Bombay Central, the popular Indian restaurant in Harrow Weald, has been forced to close its doors for some weeks, potentially months.
A burst water main along the main High Road has caused severe flooding, rendering the establishment unfit to operate.
It is projected that the closure will persist for a span of weeks, potentially stretching into the following months, leaving both the management and customers disheartened.
The disruption not only impacts Bombay Central but also influences the community at large with diversions in place in Harrow Weald.
The restaurant is one of the most popular eateries, not only in Harrow, but in the whole of London often frequented by celebrities, MPs and esteemed guests.
Just last week Georgia Stanway, renowned for her role in the England Lionesses and her recent appearance in the World Cup final, graced Bombay Central with her presence merely three days after the match against Spain.
Sharing their news via social media, Bombay Central management said: “Temporary Closure Until Further Notice. Unlikely to open before 20th September.
“Sadly, we’ve experienced some flooding due to burst water mains, but we are doing our best to stay on top of everything.
“Unfortunately, the current situation is worse than expected, and we have been forced to close until further notice.
“This is upsetting for everyone at Bombay Central, but we will keep you updated and hope to see you again soon.” – Bombay Central.
The management’s commitment to keeping customers informed is clear, as they provide regular updates on the situation.
Harrow Online have approached Thames Water and Affinity Water for updates on the situation.
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